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Masters Program in Power Converter Design and Analysis - Electrical

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Course Features

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Duration

48 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Available on

Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Desktop, Laptop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Advanced

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

As we all know, the law of conservation of energie states that energy cannot be destroyed nor created, but can change its form. This law can be seen in many real-life examples, including vehicles and dams. When we talk about energy usage, however, Power is another term. People believe that power and energy can be interchangeably. This is a common misconception. While energy is the amount of work performed, power refers to the speed at which the work is completed. Power is simply energy per unit of time. Power can be converted to other forms just like energy. The process by which electrical energy can be converted from one form into another is called power conversion. This device is called a power convertor.

A power converter is an electro-mechanical or electrical device. It can be simple or complex. A power converter can change the frequency and voltage of current or both. A power converter's main function is to convert electrical energy into a form that is best suited to the loads of the user.

In the beginning, electricity was converted using electromechanical converters. These converters were essentially rotating devices, and therefore were less efficient. Static power converters are now used in many fields thanks to the advancement of technology like power semiconductors. Static power converters are lighter and smaller than rotating power converters and provide better dynamic and static performance.

A static power converter that controls power flow with 100% efficiency is ideal. This is impossible. There are many factors that can affect the efficiency of power converters and the entire system. Engineers strive to create power converters that are as efficient as possible. Skill-Lync provides insight and guidance for the design and development of modern converters that have advanced controls.

Let's introduce you to the master's program in power conversions. This program is ideal for those who are interested in a career in electrical and electronic engineering. This program will help you understand the latest industry trends and how they will affect your ability to design power converters for different applications.

You will complete six courses in this program.

  1. Simulink for Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  2. Simulink and Matlab are used to simulate and design power converters
  3. Advanced PCB Design with Altium
  4. AC-DC Rectifiers and Harmonics.
  5. The basics of DC-DC Converter
  6. Concepts of Power electronic convertors for industries

Careervira Take

Offered by Skill Lync, this is an advanced level certification program. The course is conducted for twelve months to help students improve their knowledge of power converters. There is no compulsory prerequisite for this course, but it is suitable for students with electrical engineering backgrounds. The Instructor-Moderated Discussions are part of the teaching pedagogy and include a Capstone Project. The key highlight of this training program is the placement support and internship opportunities.

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Course Credibility

The completion of the course renders a certification from Skill Lync, renowned for providing industry-relevan...
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Pedagogy

The course is delivered in Hybrid Learning - Online + Offline mode, with a self-paced level to facilitate the...
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Hands-on training

The course emphasises learning with hands-on experience as it is a training-based course. It helps build a pr...
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Career impact

It is an excellent course for individuals who want to make a career in the design, simulation, and developmen...
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Pricing

The fee structure is divided into flexible plans wherein students can select the package based on the varying...
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Assessment

The learners are given assignments each week, and it comprises three small exercises and one major exercise. ...

Course Overview

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Internship

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Job Assistance

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Human Interaction

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Post Course Interactions

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Hands-On Training,Instructor-Moderated Discussions

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Case Studies, Captstone Projects

Skills You Will Gain

Prerequisites/Requirements

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Engineering Students/Engineering Graduates

What You Will Learn

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Knowledge of how a power converter converts electrical energy to an optimal form for user loads

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Understand how to design and develop modern converters with advanced control

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Know the latest industry trends and how modern power converters for different applications are designed

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Be part of the rapidly growing electric and hybrid electric vehicles industry

Target Students

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Any Engineering graduate, interested to make a career in fields which employ Power Electronics technology in some form Since all Engineering graduates take a basic course in fundamentals of electrical engineering, they will be able to understand power ele

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Engineering students doing bachelor and master degrees who wish to expand their knowledge in DC-AC conversion

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PhD scholars who wish to do their research in the field of DC-DC converters and multilevel inverters

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Industrial persons and faculty members who would like to develop capabilities in DC-DC converters and their applications

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Individuals seeking career in domains of design, simulation and development of power converters

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Graduates seeking jobs in emerging electrical domains such as electric vehicles, smart grids etc

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